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Certified Rescue Analyst Programme
Certified Rescue Analyst Programme (CRA)
Date:
01 Mar 2021
Price:
R 31600.00
Brief Description
The Certified Rescue Analyst Programme will introduce you to the newly established rescue regime following amendments to the Companies Act 71 of 2008 with the aim to ultimately gain levels competency and proficiency in preparation for the eventual qualification of certified business rescue practitioner.
 
The programme therefore prepares you with the knowledge of all issues relevant to the business rescue practitioner through basic theory and practice examples. 

During the programme you will also gain the necessary skills to demonstrate your understanding of all the elements of and relevant to the tasks that are commonly executed by the business rescue practitioner.

While managers who are faced with rescue situations can benefit from the programme, its purpose is to provide developmental steps towards qualifying as a CRP.

The CRA Programme is an internationally recognised programme recognised by TMA International. TMA-SA considers successful completion of this programme in line with the South African accreditation/processes in collaboration with the Regulator.
 
 
 
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to
1. understand the tasks and associated activities that BRPs must perform
 
2. understand the competencies they require to act as a BRP
 
3. analyse a venture rescue situation to identify new best positions
 
4. perform feasibility (reasonable prospect) and viability analyses for integrity and sense-making to conclude the navigation assignment
 
5. analyse financial information for integrity and decision-making
 
6. interrogate quantitative and qualitative signs of distress (business and financial)
 
7. deduce the causes of decline in ventures by applying models in practice for decision strategies based on turnaround situations
 
8. make key decisions for an appropriate rescue plan evaluate the decisions taken based on the rescue plans results
 
9. advise legal situations based on scrutinised case law and apply legal framework
 
10. conduct financial analyses, ratio utilisation for decision-making
 
11. act ethically in all dealings with affected persons
 
12. master CIPC procedures for appointment/licencing and compliance of ad hoc licences.
Course Content
The programme is presented by leading academics from the University of Pretoria, Stellenbosch University, and the University of South Africa.
 
 
Business
 
Taking control, investigating the affairs, preparation of the plan and implementation of the plan.
 
Techniques for sense-making, decision-making, collaboration and integration are also explored. Application: case study analysis, evaluation of real plans, turnaround situation analysis, fire assessments, etc.
 
Finance
 
Financial feasibility, viability and analysis of income and cash flow statements, balance sheets, costing, ratio analysis, management statements, marketing, sales and scorecards. Application: analysis, report creation for decision-making.
 
Legal
The supreme task in BR is to operate in compliance with the Act. As driver of the BR environment, knowledge of the law is paramount and therefore case law analysis within in the guidelines of the act will form a major part of this module.
 
 
Ethics
 
Addressing proper business dealings and limiting abuse in the industry.This is a comprehensive blended learning course, with one four-day introduction and a later four-day refresher (pre-evaluation) contact sessions in the final month prior to examination.
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates must have a relevant bachelors degree and two years work experience.
 
Delegates with a National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) and at least ten years relevant work experience will also be considered (as determined by the oversight committee).
 
Experience in business rescue would be beneficial.
 
Delegates who have completed the BR decision-making simulation from University of Pretoria and LSSA-lead course will also benefit. (No exemptions will apply for either Law or Financial qualifications.)
Course Number:
P003514
Catalogue and Category:
Law and Human Rights
Who Should attend:
Prospective delegates must have a relevant bachelors degree and two years work experience.
 
Delegates with a National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) and at least ten years relevant work experience will also be considered (as determined by the oversight committee).
 
Experience in business rescue would be beneficial.
 
Delegates who have completed the BR decision-making simulation from University of Pretoria and LSSA-lead course will also benefit. (No exemptions will apply for either Law or Financial qualifications.)
 
 
 
 
 
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions
Contact Days:
Total Notional Hours:
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